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by Gabby
Sat Feb 03, 2018 3:48 pm
Forum: Gabby's Tips
Topic: Sex tips for teenage girls
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Views: 73

Sex tips for teenage girls

Sex tips for teenage girls Here's what to look for if you want to have sex: 1) Look for a boy who trash-talks his parents or blames them for the rules and curfews (i.e. "My stupid parents want me home by 11 pm" —an irresponsible blaming badmouthing communication). In other words, if you ar...
by Gabby
Fri Nov 10, 2017 12:59 pm
Forum: Gabby's Tips
Topic: About the four kinds of child abuse
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Views: 221

About the four kinds of child abuse

There are four kinds of child abuse ; verbal 1 , non-verbal 2 , physical 3 , and psychic 4 . The effects of all child abuse can be mitigated or disappeared through communication, either a written or a verbal acknowledgment ( communication is entirely different than talking ). If an abusive communica...
by Gabby
Wed Nov 01, 2017 1:36 pm
Forum: Gabby's Tips
Topic: About infidelity
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Views: 136

About infidelity

A caught cheater knows they have (premeditatively, disrespectfully) abused their partner and so they usually act or actually feel guilty/badly; they recite apologies and look appropriately contrite. Most then beg forgiveness and ask for another chance. Few ever use the incident to recall, and verbal...
by Gabby
Mon Oct 16, 2017 5:28 pm
Forum: Gabby's Tips
Topic: Sex tips for teenage boys
Replies: 0
Views: 180

Sex tips for teenage boys

Sex tips for teenage boys Here's what to look for if you want to have sex : 1) Look for a girl who trash-talks her parents or blames them for the rules and curfews (i.e. "My stupid parents want me home by 11 pm" —an irresponsible blaming badmouthing communication). In other words, if you a...
by Gabby
Tue Aug 01, 2017 2:08 pm
Forum: Gabby's Tips
Topic: Would you hire you?
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Views: 336

Would you hire you?

Would you hire you? Do you have thoughts you withhold from your supervisor(s) and the boss? Are you open and honest in your personal relationship, zero significant withholds (knowing that your personal integrity affects all outcomes including the goals of your organization). Perhaps some of your fel...
by Gabby
Tue Jul 18, 2017 4:11 pm
Forum: Gabby's Tips
Topic: Two-Minute Relationship Longevity Test
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Views: 273

Two-Minute Relationship Longevity Test

Here's an excellent, extremely accurate, test to see where your relationship is, or is heading, its potential. Is it still growing—still expanding or have you become stuck talking with each other rather than experiencing the supportive love that's automatically generated via communication? If there ...
by Gabby
Sat Jul 15, 2017 11:08 am
Forum: Gabby's Tips
Topic: Joyous love? Recently?
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Views: 322

Joyous love? Recently?

When was the last time you experienced joyous love with your partner? Perhaps you know you love your partner but it has been quite a while since you've experienced the unmistakable experience of joy, respect, appreciation, of teary-eyed ecstasy; if so, all it takes is a single sit-down communication...
by Gabby
Sat Jun 10, 2017 3:50 pm
Forum: Gabby's Tips
Topic: Are you nurturing seeds for Columbines and terrorism?
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Views: 352

Are you nurturing seeds for Columbines and terrorism?

This tip is primarily for teens. This subject adds to your high school speech-communication curriculum—a direct experience of personal responsibility. Specifically, it's about your non-verbal communications and the effects they have on your class-mates/friends. It's one of those learning experiences...
by Gabby
Wed Apr 19, 2017 4:19 pm
Forum: Gabby's Tips
Topic: Weapons training—starting from mastery
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Views: 581

Weapons training—starting from mastery

Weapons training—starting from mastery Most people who have fired a weapon gave up. Shooting/hunting never became a sport or a form for self-improvement, meditation, or mastery—in part because they discovered that hitting the bulls-eye wasn't as easy as it looks in the movies. Also, they realized t...
by Gabby
Sun Apr 09, 2017 12:25 pm
Forum: Gabby's Tips
Topic: Time-out activity for a child having an upset.
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Views: 446

Time-out activity for a child having an upset.

Here's an excellent tip for a parent : Many parents and teachers use "time-outs" when a child is dramatizing an upset. * For example : "Go to your room. Come out when you can tell me ... (insert your criteria)." i.e. "How you started the argument." or, "What you d...
by Gabby
Tue Feb 14, 2017 2:40 pm
Forum: Gabby's Tips
Topic: Child abuse during pregnancy
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Views: 579

Child abuse during pregnancy

The vibrations, the emanations between parents, either feel good to the fetus or there is something unsettling, confusing, fearful, or incomplete about the experience, about the communications taking place . For a child to be born whole and complete he/she must complete each and every incomplete ac...
by Gabby
Wed Dec 07, 2016 3:35 pm
Forum: Gabby's Tips
Topic: Womb-mails—emails for expectant parents
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Views: 617

Womb-mails—emails for expectant parents

Womb-mails—emails for expectant parents Your baby asked me to compose and deliver the following communications to you. —Gabby My dearest parents: Apologies for dumping these in your space all at once. It took me a while to find this forum so as to deliver these incompletes . —listed in no particula...
by Gabby
Sun Nov 20, 2016 4:04 pm
Forum: Gabby's Tips
Topic: The Thank You Process
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Views: 635

The Thank You Process

Thanksgiving—all day—everyday . The Thank You Process — a.k.a. An Acknowledgment Process. So simple—so amazingly effective—immediate positive results . ("results" meaning—happiness, moving flowing emotions of appreciation, an experience of being) All communications/interactions have a beg...
by Gabby
Sat Oct 22, 2016 1:37 pm
Forum: Gabby's Tips
Topic: The Affirmations Process
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Views: 840

The Affirmations Process

Definition of affirmation : 1 : the act of affirming 2 : something affirmed 3 : a positive assertion 4 : a solemn declaration made under the penalties of perjury by a person who conscientiously declines taking an oath. An affirmation can also reinforce an undesireable behavior. "Oops, clumsey ...
by Gabby
Wed Aug 10, 2016 3:24 pm
Forum: Gabby's Tips
Topic: Wedding guests contributing to divorces?
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Views: 874

Wedding guests contributing to divorces?

Given that 50% of married couples end up divorced it might work to be more selective about whom to invite to your wedding, and as a guest, which weddings to attend. * It's understood that most wedding guests do not accept responsibility for the success or failure of a friend's marriage. Most guests ...

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